Ollin Arrageed*-> Promised Land, Friend Of The Devil, Mama Tried-> Big River, Loser, I Need A Miracle, Stagger Lee Jack Straw, Ship of Fools, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Terrapin Station-> Sugar Magnolia
Aud FOB, front row LFC, Sony ECM280 > Sony TC-153 cassette recorder; Transfer: Master FOB Cassettes > Yamaha KXW9527 > Apogee AD1000 > Delta DiO 2496 > Samplitude 2496 > CDWAV > SHNv3; Transferred and seeded by John D'Auria; d2 tracked for 80 min;see info file for flaw notes
LineageAud FOB, front row LFC, Sony ECM280 > Sony TC-153 cassette recorder; Transfer: Master FOB Cassettes > Yamaha KXW9527 > Apogee AD1000 > Delta DiO 2496 > Samplitude 2496 > CDWAV > SHNv3
September 18, 2008 Subject:
just another night under the stars and moon!
Or wait? was this the night of the eclipse. hehehe listen carefully to the AUD for some funny conversation about the eclipse! The other nights AUD are pretty cool to hear the tapers and friends smoking and laughing. The night Hamza opened for them is probably a bit more significant and the energy is a fair bit higher IMHO. Its worth your time to hear it all though! The sugar magnolia is really good as is the Miracle... what a miracle the Dead in the land of the Dead! When time no longer slips like the river into the night, but as heat from the blazing light... yup, walk like an egyptian.
April 14, 2008 Subject:
A Grateful Dead flag on top of the Great Pyramid!
Bill Graham said, "One of the great experiences of my life was dancing to 'Sugar Magnolia' in front of the Great Pyramid."
July 21, 2005 Subject:
it is pure magic in the desert
one of the most magical shows i have ever heard. this is in my top five grateful dead performances and set lists for sure. everything went "perfect" and though this isn't the best sound quality, it is far better then i would have expected. i usually only get shows recorded from the Soundboard, but this one came out great.
Source: Recorded In "Khafre's Temple Near Sphinx, Total Eclipse Of The Moon, 23" - Bear, maxell UDXLII From Nagra Dolby Cro2 NI-356", Transfer And Mastering By Jim Blackwood, With Listening Assistance And Track/Flac By Jamie Waddell; fixed version in circulation